Tarantino Has A 1930s Aussie Crime Film Idea

Quentin Tarantino was out charming Sydney media people last week ahead of the release of “The Hateful Eight” in Australia. Whilst most grilled him on the violent western, So Is It Any Good took the initiative – asking him if his use of the Jim Jones Botany Bay song indicated he would be interested in doing a film about Australia’s own violent history.

Tarantino then revealed that while he had no interest in doing an Australian western about figures like Ned Kelly or Australian frontiersman, he does have an idea for an Australian-set 1930s “Bonnie and Clydish-story” about some outlaws. He adds that it’s a project he thinks about every time he visits Australia. You can see the full interview below: